In an unfortunate situation, WWE officials have been warned that more leaks of Superstars will likely emerge.
Fightful.com was told that the company was informed of the situation this weekend. Earlier this year, several current and former Superstars had their private photos and videos exposed, which later led to a talent meeting to address the situation and provide tips on preventing the hacks.
Fightful.com had exclusive details on the meetings, which you can check out below.
There were several drills, many of which educated the talent on how to avoid phishing scams. Tips on how to spot fake websites, offers, and scams were also provided.
Phones, USB drives, and other hardware as gifts weren't outright prohibited, but were strongly recommended against, with one of the lines being "I don't care if Brad Pitt or Angelina Jolie give it to you, it's not safe." Similar methods have been used to hack many celebrities. The company has made changes to moral policies as it pertains to social media, but not everyone has signed them as of now.
WWE also made it clear that only the talent themselves and WWE's team should be able to access their social media -- not friends, boyfriends, husbands, wives, children, or family, regardless of circumstance.
Fightful.com was told that the meetings didn't scold talent in any way, and were fairly light hearted considering the content that was addressed. WWE brought in specialists to answer any questions that their contractors have.
The talent that Fightful heard from said they considered the meeting productive, as there are many on the roster who aren't tech savvy.